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DAILY EAST OMGOKIAN, FESDLETOff, DREGOH..
TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 9, 1920
People Hem and There
H. W. (jimmy) Hicks, traveling
passenger agent for tho (). W. It. & N.
Co., will travel for pleasure on a trip
which ungUis next Thursday, Mr.
Hicks, accompanied by i Mrs, Hick
(Iyfone fans Hacr) will vIkII Los
Angeleii, New Orleiwi and ChU-ugo and
will spend ThanlmKlvIng Dy with Mr:
Hick's brother Itv l'lttNliiirn, Pa, Mr.
Ulrka Is here oil huslueHs today.
"Marlon Jack, member of the Dull
nnd game ' fcommhmlnri, returned this
morning froml lHfrtlBncr where ie ha
been on business.
II. P. Whitman, local stork man, ar
rived home thU rtornlng from a bus
iness trip to Portli)nd. .
Bam Oldnk'er, veteran real estate
dealer of Jlermlston, was here this
morning. h left thli afternoon on a
business trip to Pasco. .
Alvln I Knlglit and Ills father, O.
W. Knight, left yesterday for Port
land for a short visit.
Manuel Frledly left this mornhfg for
Portland on a short business trip and
will return about Friday. , ,
I bury Meyer, who represents Neu
stndtcr Brothers of Portland, In thia
territory, arrived nere today on one
of his regular business calls.
The Penn Mutual Life lnsuranrej
Co., Is represented In thp city today by
Robert E. Mullen. Mr. Mullen's head
quarters are In the Northwestern Bank
Building In Portland.
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
Jack Flynn, who aells paper to all
the newspaper and job plants of this
section, l here today from Portland
In the Interests, of Blake-McFall Co,
He arrived last evening from Walla
at 1 ' I i mm
V " . I I '
. for 'nc of the wek w are of ferine; sensa
tional reduction on our complete stock of Fik Cord
and Fabric Jire and Tubes.
Every ne watoclt and fully guaranteed and
remember that we do our own adjusting.
t; f , t FIKCCMID TIRES
30xS4 Non-Skid Cord, Reg. $31.15. Sale price $23.36
31x4 Non-Skid Cord, Reg. $50.00. Sale price $37.50
82x3 2 Non-Skid Cord, Reg-. $44.50. Sale price $33.38
32x4 Non-Skid Cord, Reg. $56.20, Sale price $42.15
33x4 Non-Skid Cord, Reg. $57.85. Sale price $43.39
34x4 Non-Skid Cord, Ret. $59.45. Sale price $44.5
33x4 Yt Non-Skid Cord, Reg. $64.95. Sale price $48.71
34x4 Vfe Non-Skid Cord, Reg. $67.05. Sale price $50.29
35x4 Vi Non-Skid Cord, Reg. $68.60. Sale price $51.45
35x5 Non-Skid Cord, Reg. $83.50. Sale price $62.63
FISK FABRIC TIRES
30x3 Non-Skid, Reg. $19.10. Sale price '.$14.33
30x3 2 Non-Skid, Reg. $23.10. Sale price $17.33
31x4 Non-Skid, Reg. $32.65. Sale price $24.49
32x3 1 Non-Skid, Reg. $27.45. Sale price $20.59
32x4 Non-Skid, Reg. $37.25. Sale price $27.94
33x4 Non-Skid, Reg, $39.05 Sale price $29.29
34x4 Non-Skid, Reg. $40.00. Sale price $30.00
33x4 ii Non-Skid, Reg. $53.25. Sale price $39.94
, War Tax not included in above prices.
All other size at Cords, Fabrics and Red Tops re
duced m proportion.
Sale IasU 'till Saturday night
History Win Itn FxUHHtod
H. photographic history CI the Til
Taylor mnrdi-r cusp, from the- Jail
break July25 to the hanglnf of Nell
Hart at Halem onNN'orembrr 6. will be
on exhibition In one of the George C.
Baer hardvdire store windows this
week. Doputy Sheriff Olenn Bushoe
is now preparing the photographs and
other muterlals for the display. Guijs
used In the chase and capturepictures
of the five men involved. Including
official photos, pictures of them In
shackles en route to tha penitentiary
and others, will be exhibited. The
noose which hunged Hart will also be
shown. Most of the articles are the
property of the sheriff's office, while
the noose and soma of the pictures
are personal trophies of Mr. Mushee.
Clarke- Kura for $78.50.
Vr. J. flarke today filed suit In the
1 1 circuit court against J. O. Kerr to re
cover $78.fi0 alleged due since Deeem
wr 1, 1919, on a bill forimerehundise
sold by the plaintiff. Fee ft Foe are
attorneys for Mr. Clarke.
Minor Jlas $1,104 Fjilnte- : r
The estate of James Vernon Hart
nett a minor, has bwn appraised at
I4B04.22 In an Inventory filed with the
county clerk today by J. R. McCook,
1 C. tVhnri.f and If. W. rjirkson.
v - i
Sopha to Olvo Party The sopho
more class has decided to givo a party
t tho hljh echool gymrasium tomor
row evening. This is the fcecond of
class parties to ba given thia year In
the gym and the sophs Intend to make
ther party as much of a success as
that given ly the freshmen some time
ago. The clasa also elected 'Richard
Lawrence boys' basketball captain, at
the meeiiifr held yesterday 1 evening.
A'GeOdrge Chllds is class president.
CLEVELAND, O.--FIorence E.
Aen la th flrat woman to b '
elected Judge east of the Mlssla
fck)l River. Miss Allen, 36 yerg'
old, woman of thorough unl- r
verslty training, la at present as
siBtant prosecuting attorney, she
wot elected Judge of the Common"
. ,f Court wltu Ub "Ighest vote
of 10 candidate. . ,
KEEP tho system clean.
Klfm-iiate the poisons. If
nature will not do it for yoti,
help nitture with a natural
medisine like Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin.Take a teaspoon
ful for a few nights and watch
the result. There will be a
feeling of lightness, the eves
will be bright and sparkling,
the lips red, the cheeks pink.
Dr. CaldwellYSyrup Pepsin
is the recognized, standard
ramedy for constipation, and it
It mtipHoa that Klves vnracn
heuchM, dullness, lou of ipottica
and sleep, bud bru:,ih and bad com
pleiion. Dr Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin
will relieve you over nlijht. and do It
fently but ttiorout hly. It jnat a
combination A gin. pie Iji.itire berba
with pepsin, no sale that it ia given la
Infanta. A airty-cent bottle will lut
bottlM wen bouabt at druc stores
la lUelf s guarantee o merit.
TRY IT FREE
Send me your name od address and
I unit tend vou a fiie trial bottle of
fir, Syrup Pepsin. Address me Dr.
W. B. CaUwtU, 513 vyajlungion
Su Monucello. UL Emvlui.
and then iMrds a. laxative, and it it
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"Theses a Reason
.Wplirw iir Mo,-, ;,,ruf Hero Ar
thur U'alwn KviiiiB, nephew o Uavid
Lloyd 'leorse of KiiL-lawl. who btur.
od hi the city I.wt winter on the hiwh
school lycemn course", was a ,vinitor In
the city Riturdiiy and Sunday.' While
r.eie .Mr. Kvana niaile n.any acquaint
ance In the hih school and frinnrta
were Klad to m e hirn upon his visit.
Air. fcvans Ik a lecturer on tho Eltison-
nite JUj'ccum Course.
Mrs. Hb Tallui-to Jloy MrwMii
Morris ElJis.f who isM-tem fits') Scity:
several dayi- as a speaker' for the
Older Boys' Conference, stared 'over
yesterday und gave individual confer
ences to the boys of .the high, school.
Mrs. Ellis Is a vocatlonalist (tuider and
a character onalyst and Is very well
known to tbe boys and youn? men of
Oregon and WaslilnKflon. La.st ev?n
ing .Mrs. prills gave a talk to the girls
of tho city - f age
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR. RKXT Modern furnace heated
i sleeping ' room SIS Mill Phone
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms at 618 Jane St. l'hone 369-M.
FOR? RENT Housekeeping rooms-
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FOR, RENT Sleeping and housekeeping-
rooms at 60S Willow street.
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
How About I That Home
Made Mince Meat
We have the ingredients to make it.
Note the prices:
Pure and fresh.
Citron, pound , 80c
Lemon and Orange Peel, lb. 60c
Raisins, Sunmaid Seediest
...35c j two for 65c
Currants 30c; two for 55c
Boiled Cider 35c per pint
. THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS
12 1-2 lbs. fancy White Beans $1.00
7 pounds Head Rice $1.00
Bananas Extra, while they last, 35c dozen; 3 dozen $1.00
The Economy Grocery
113 W. Webb
iN3wxvaiu snoaianoa moj 3MiN-ounoj 3mohi
is just around the cor
ner. Have you filled
your coal bin? If not,
don't delay any longer.
The time was never bet
ter than right now.
TO I2-CLUB PROPOSAL
KANSAS CITT, Mo., Nov. 9. (V.
P- The new. National Jagw is an
iinpowlblc proposition. Han Johnson,
'liiesident of the American League, de
cleared . today in an interview here.
"We are going ahead with our own
affairs, putting new clubs In Boston,
Chicago and New York," he said. "The
National Hanuc never has had a stom
ach for fight. We do not look for
them to ivin this one."
COI.BY MAY START SOUTH.
WASHINGTON, Nov. . (A. P.)
Secretary of State Colby will leave for
an official visit In South America
within two weeks if the president approves.
Ill -KINKSN WIM, CLOSE
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on business and was not expected bat
until late this afternoon. He has been
asked to be marshal of tho parade.
George A. Hartman, mayor-elect,
and a friend of He v. Mr. Gilbert's since
Spanish-American War days when
both served with tho Second Oregon
regiment in the Philippines, will be
chairman of the meeting.
ICgioii Men to -March '
Legion, men are to be a major part
of the parade if plana of the post ,do
not miscarry. I'mlor Charles C Yin
tor, formerly a captain in Infantry, ex
service men are being asked to enter
the parade for the short march from
tho postofftce alonq- Main and Court
street to the court house. Those who
still can get into their uniforms are
asked to wear them but a uniform
JAUNTY SUIT FOR FALL
V. ..... If
be a necessary qualification
Into the itarade. tho -i.m.
Bifltoe declared today.
Veterans of the .Soanish tmi.rtn
and Civil' Wars will art of the
parade and will be carried In autos
All speakers will be in the parade In
official cars as well,
ing each rancl of the service, army,
in geach brancn of the service, army.
navy ami marine corps, will constitute I
i color (fiiard which will mareh
the head of the parade. The linenn
ui me paraue is as follows:
Marshal-John L. Vaughan; Pendle
ton Hound-L'p band; Color Guard, sol
dier, sailor and marine; auto with
fpeakers; autos with Civil War vet
erans; ex-service men marching, com
manded by Charles C. Vinier; Spanish
Americab Wor veterans; school chil-
aren, commanded by Miss Hanson;
Program at rourt Houm-
The ,ri(ram to be given on the
court house lawn will be as follows:
Selection by band, America; Invo
cation, Hev. John H. Secor; Armistice
Day address, Bev. W. S. Gilbert, state
commander American Legion; Con
ferring distinguished service cross up
on Dr. Fred A. Lieuallen, Major James
S. Duscnbury, V. S. A., Benediction,
Rev. Alfred Lockwood; selection by
tand, Star Spangled Banner.
I p to the present time, no plans
have been made for any evening event
in observance of the holiday.
L i - ft, ' .
Mahogany gifts allows a person to give
something a little out of the ordinary. .We
have a beautiful line of solid mahogany (no
veneer) at present beautiful articles at
prices that please.
The I-arRost IianKiniI Itcalcrs In I -astern Orrgoti
"California STup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
Actept "California" Syrup
A-M A T-O
Leading Baritone of the Metropolitan Opera
AwMmI Hf , "
Kitty Beale, Soprano ' " , '
Mno of tin? Metropolitan JlK'ra
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Keylor Grand, Nov. 15
1st 3 Hdwh HahXMiy
N'xt 6 liows Iwlcony
. Add 10 Per Cent War Ta
Mail Ordont OXLY now lx-lng rilt d in ordtT of receipt U aocora
pan ed b- clnx-k and ad Ircs-cd to
Malm Burnett, or ...t. . 1 . Can de Water, 220 Marcos St.
only look for the name California on
the paokage, then jou are sure your
child is having the lu-st and most
harmless physic for the little stomach,
liver and bowels. Children love its
fruity taste. Full directions on each
bottle. Yon must sny "California."
Baauty Secreta. vWn;,
This tall the tailored suit shows
most originality. Of brown and
white checked twill Is this suit
which ha? 1 plain short skirt with
a slash t at each hip. Its
coat lr t a gathered section
at ettl hat passes under a
wide, I 1 two large buckles.
The wu . of b:it suede cloth
has two v,.' Kets and many buttons
and, buttouljQlea to listen It,
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A woman's fonclcst hone Is to stay
young. She often resorts to paints,
powders and cosmetic to hide her
years. Some women pay large sums to
so-called "Beauty Doctors" in the be
lief that money will buy youth. Others
wear girlish dresses, thinking they can
fool the world about their age. But
no one is deceived. The more you try
to hide your age, the more it shows.
There is but one thing that holds old
age back, and that is health. . Sickness
and weakness bring old age early ia
life. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion is a building-up medicine for
women. It makes them healthy and
strong when they suffer from women's
troubles. It keeps them looking young
by keeping them well. It is a woman 's
tonie for the frail, the delicate and
those who are nervous, diziy and who
hare backache and dragging pains.
Favorite Prescription ia altogether
vegetable and without a particle of
alcohol. It is- safe to take. Try it
now. In tablet er liquid form at all
druggists, or send 10c for trial package
of the tablets to Dr. Pierce's Invalids
Hotal in Buffalo, N. Y. '
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